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13 Adorable Easter Goodies From Target

Make your home look eggstra cute this Easter with these sweet ideas

Published on: April 05, 2022

Carrot garland. Photo Credit: Target

It's that time of year when things really get hopping at Target — and we mean Easter bunny-related. This year’s Easter selection from Target is among the best we’ve seen, from cottage core table runners to Alice-in-Wonderland-style cookie kits. Here are just a few of the cute things we’ve spotted on the shelves this season. 

Carrot garland

Made of corn husk, raffia and jute, this colorful little carrot garland livens up any Easter décor and is a refreshing break from the pastel egg decor we know you already have. 

Cotton bunny table runner

This sweet vintage-inspired bunny table runner blends nicely into any spring décor, so you can keep it out after the Easter holiday if you’re feeling the cottagecore vibes this year. 

Bunny table runner. Photo Credit: Target

Beaded bunny throw pillow 

beaded bunny throw pillow is cute enough to leave out throughout the spring season, and it would make a sweet little addition to an older kid’s wonderland or a Beatrix Potter-themed room. Note: The cushion is embellished with small beads, so it's not suitable for a toddler room or nursery. 

Pre-built bunny house kit

Is it just us, or does this little pre-built cookie house kit look like the White Rabbit’s house from Alice in Wonderland? It’s cute as can be, and makes an easy afternoon craft — the kit comes with everything you need to make a festive Easter house, and decorate it too. 

Paint your own Easter crafts

Do something crafty with the kids and paint this bunny and her own carrot camper van. The set comes with everything you need to bring the ceramic Easter craft to life, including paints. Best suited for kids ages 8 and older. 

Peeps pancake mix and skillet set

What could be more fun on Easter morning (or any morning) than a batch of pancakes shaped like everyone's favorite marshmallow Easter treat? The set includes a nonstick pancake skillet and six ounces of buttermilk pancake mix.

A woven decorative figurine

Bunnies are just charming in general, but this corn-husk woven bunny figurine has some extra charisma you can’t find in a fancy porcelain piece — it’s also not a bad thing that it’s not fragile. 

Corn-husk woven bunny. Photo Credit: Target

Easter egg wreath 

This pastel egg wreath will light up your doorstep even when skies are gray, or hang it inside with all your cute new bunny stuff to inspire you while you are dying some eggs of your own.

Bunny trail sign

Make sure they know which way to the egg hunt this year with this sweet bunny outdoor metal yard sign featuring a brown spotted bunny rabbit in a snazzy pink, white and green floral necktie, and two signs pointing toward the “egg hunt” and the “bunny trail.” 

Jumbo fillable golden egg

When you’re doing an egg hunt or a big scavenger hunt, there’s gotta be a big prize at the end, so why not make a mega-prize like a giant golden egg full of extra-awesome goodies (or maybe just a mini dragon?). This big, faceted beauty is going to need a pretty big hiding place. 

Easter bunny ears

It’s hard to pass up simple, adorable, soft bunny ears (at such an inexpensive price) that look cute for photo ops. Who knows, you might even get the dog to wear them long enough to snap a shot! 

Wire Easter basket

This egg-collecting basket from the children’s collection from Hearth & Hand with Magnolia makes an absolutely darling alternative to the classic Easter basket. It will look great full of all those non-candy goodies, too. It’s also perfect for pretend play after the big hunt is over. 

Egg-collecting basket. Photo Credit: Target

Plastic bunny eggs

Let’s face it, those plastic eggs just seem to accumulate, and it’s likely you’ve got enough leftover from last year that you aren’t in the market for more ... except these little guys are just so cute they are hard to resist (note, these are not fillable). These eggs come in a set of three. 

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